In her light silk gown she looked almost ethereal and added to the ghostliness of the scene.
For Kit was pale to ghostliness as he stood there in the moonlight.
The ghostliness is subtle, rather than evident, the drama static rather than dynamic.
For an instant there was a sense of unreality, of ghostliness, and then she gave a little cry of pain and joy.
Here among these hills with all their ghostliness she would haunt me.
With all its luxuriance of color, with all its violence of light, this tropical day has its ghostliness and its ghosts.
It struck me that this peculiar type of wire mask gave an indescribable tone of ghostliness to the whole exhibition.
This neat composition is one of four "Sketches for the Piano," of which "Phantoms" is delightful with ghostliness.
Her melancholy rays filter through the night, her silvery splendour intensifying the ghostliness of the scene.
The relation between insanity and ghostliness in recent fiction is significant and forms the crux of many a story since Poe.